… Calls On Uzodinma To Obey Court Judgement
Members of 2018 ALGON have again resolved to reoccupy their offices on the strength of what they termed subsisting court judgment, as well as the letter, was written by the Attorney General of the federation, Abubakar Malami as instructed by the presidency, demanding for their return to the offices after their suspension by Ihedioha, led administration.
2018 ALGON had on the 17’th of June 2020 suspended by the Ihedioha led administration through the Imo state House of Assembly.
However, this suspension by Ihedioha was greeted with varying reactions, while some condemned the suspension or sack of the elected council, others hailed Ihedioha on the grounds that it was his predecessor former Governor Okorocha that initiated the practice, when he, Okorocha technically sacked the 2010 elected chairmen and councilors elected under Ikedi Ohakim as Governor.
In a press release signed by the acting Chairman of the 2018 ALGON, Evangelist, Chinwe Obinna, the executive chairman of Ngor Okpala and made available to Lead, the group called on the Governor of Imo state, who they described as a product of constitution to adhere to the subsisting court judgment of the Federal High Court which hitherto asked them to go back to their offices while describing the Interim management committee chairmen and their councilors as Ghost Workers.
In the release, the group further pledged to work in harmony with the Uzodinma’s led administration which according to them is still of same APC with them.